суббота, 21 ноября 2015 г.

12. DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUBSTANCE OF THE SECOND COMPONENT OF THE HEAT - ELEMENTARY PARTICLES

12. DISTRIBUTION IN THE SUBSTANCE OF THE SECOND COMPONENT OF THE HEAT - ELEMENTARY PARTICLES

So, in the process of heating the Fields of Repulsion arises not in every chemical element (except those elements that have already had the Fields of Repulsion). And, accordingly, not every heated chemical element becomes a source of the first component of the “heat” – of ethereal waves. However, usually during the process of heating the elements emit from the periphery particles having the greatest Fields of Repulsion of all particles in the element. In the language of physics, it is the most long-wave radio photons of red.
Emission of chemical element of peripheral particles during its heating – it’s a variant of its decay, which occurs due to the transformation of its constituent particles. The magnitude of the Fields of Attraction decreases in particles with such fields. And in particles with Fields of Repulsion their magnitude increases. Decrease in particles with Fields Attraction of these fields leads to decrease of the centripetal (total) Force of Attraction acting in all particles within any chemical element.
In peripheral particles with Fields Repulsion their value increases, and in the particles with Fields of Attraction in strong heating these fields disappear and Fields of Repulsion appear. The Field of Repulsion allows the particle to create (or enhance) the “ethereal pillow”, which became its driving factor – i.e. leads to appearing in it of Repulsion Force. And the particles begin to move away from the elements – i.e. leave it. Primarily, this occurs with the peripheral particles. And first of all to those that have the Field of Repulsion and out of the transformation process. And the greater is the value, the faster it will come off. And this is a partial decay of the chemical element. The sense of the combustion mechanism is enclosed in this.
Emitted particles begin to move by inertia. What this inertial motion will be depends on the quality of an elementary particle, on the quality of the burning chemical element and the quality of the chemical elements surrounding the burning element (i.e. on the quality of the environment). The inertial motion of the particles with Fields of Attraction gradually slows down and disappears. Of course, only if before this slowdown there will not be the collision with other particles emitted by the chemical element, or if the particle will not be attracted to any element with the Field of Attraction past which it will move. In both these cases, inertial motion will be interrupted, but for other reasons.
In particles with Repulsion Fields during their inertial motion the Field of Repulsion and accordingly the velocity becomes equal to the velocity of creation of ether.
It is a Field of Repulsion of the emitted particle allows it to heat up (transform) the chemical elements and free particles that were met on the path. The principle is the same as that of the ethereal wave emitted by a separate heated chemical element or of the sum of elements of the heated substance. It’s just a different "scale" of acting ethereal waves. An ethereal wave of repulsion field of chemical element has a larger cross-sectional area and higher speed compared with the cross-section and velocity of an ethereal wave of a single particle. Naturally, the cross-sectional area and the velocity of an ethereal wave created by some amount of the substance will be many, many times more than the same magnitudes of an ethereal wave of a particle.
The velocity of ethereal wave created by a separate particle moving by inertia is equal to its rate of emission of ether and corresponds to the speed of motion of the particle at this moment.
An ethereal wave of any “scale” caused in heating elements or free particles an appearance of Repulsion Force (Force of Action).
The degree of transformation in some particle of the heated element depends on the velocity of an ethereal wave and does not depend on the area of its cross section.


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